Greek Court Approves Extradition of Turkish Terror Suspect: Reports

    Turkish media have reported that a Greek court has ruled for the extradition of a suspected ultra-left terrorist to Turkey.

    Hurriyet Daily News, citing a state-run Anadolu Agency report, claimed Turgut Kaya, a suspected member of the Revolutionary People’s Liberation Party-Front (DHKP-C) could now be sent to Turkey for trial.

    Kaya was arrested in February while trying to enter Greece.

    Greek Justice Minister Stavros Kontonis is to make a final decision on Kaya’s fate.

    Other members of the same organization — the DHKP-C, listed as a terror group in the EU — have seen Turkish extradition requests turned down by the Greek authorities.